1. instilling

noun. ['ˌɪnˈstɪlɪŋ'] teaching or impressing upon the mind by frequent instruction or repetition.


  • ingraining
  • inculcation

Featured Games

Words that Rhyme with Instilling

  • fulfilling
  • distilling
  • unwilling
  • zwilling
  • trilling
  • thrilling
  • swilling
  • spilling
  • skilling
  • quilling
  • grilling
  • drilling
  • yearling
  • willing
  • shilling
  • schilling
  • rilling
  • pilling
  • milling
  • killing
  • hilling
  • filling
  • dilling
  • chilling
  • billing

Example sentences of the word instilling

1. Adjective
Beyond work ethic and instilling work ethic is that dubious line between workplace laws and ethics.

2. Verb, gerund or present participle
Teaching kids to greet people politely is one of the first steps to instilling good manners in your children.

Quotes containing the word instilling

1. An educator should consider that he has failed in his job if he has not succeeded in instilling some trace of a divine dissatisfaction with our miserable social environment.
- Anthony Standen

2. Pitching is the art of instilling fear.
- Sandy Koufax